We cannot avoid global warming. It is a natural process. It has to do with the evolution of the sun and cosmos.
Did you know that another galaxy went right thru our own recently? Look it up. That surely has an effect on our own galaxy. But did this news make mainstream media? Nope.
While I reject the mindset that man again is at the center of the universe and harming it, I do agreed on the remedies. We should certainly be doing them, no question about it.
i also have a serious question on who actually made CO2 the warming culprit and where is the science to back it up?
I researched Fusion about 6months ago - in some considerable depth. i cannot imagine that the technical difficulties have been overcome in 6 months since they have been lingering for about 50yrs at this point. The technology is reasonably robust - but it is the transfer from research based fusion to commercial fusion which will take 20-30years to develop. Fusion is demonstrated on a daily basis around the world, but never in a way which produces more energy than was needed to initiate the process. The current stage of development is to produce a reactor which overcomes this over unity payback and that means building a generator at least twice as big as the current reactors. Even then it will be many years before a commercially viable version becomes available.
It is not earth centric or even anthropomorphic to suppose that we can effect the system in which we live. It is plain common sense based upon empirical evidence. The example of the Ozone hole and acid rain should be all you need to prove to yourself that we are more than capable of changing our biosphere in radical and far reaching ways. There is nothing arrogant in measuring this and stating it.